The UK doesn’t have a national housing crisis, but there is a housing crisis in our most unaffordable cities. Our work offers ideas on how national and local leaders can get homes built where demand is highest.
£100,000 gets you a whole house in Burnley but barely a bedroom in Central London, but what does this really tell us about these places?
What changes are needed to get more housing built where it is needed?
Politicians and campaigners from across the political spectrum are coming together to push for changes to green belt policies
The Government’s revised planning rulebook focuses too much on rural areas, and not enough on cities
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British policymakers should look to Japan’s planning system for inspiration on how to solve the housing crisis
It is too soon to say whether Southern England’s recent weak house price growth is part of a broader long-term trend
Almost everyone agrees that we need to build more homes, but housebuilding rates vary greatly across the country and this could be due to local political will
This week marked the publication of the Greater Manchester Spatial Plan. We examine what this could mean for housing supply in the city region and for the future of the greenbelt.
Has cheap credit really led to high house prices - or is there something else at play?
Leaders polled in the first-ever UK City Leaders' Survey identified housing supply as a top policy priority, whether for social rent or new homes – it's now time for them to start building
Should cheap land be on cities’ wishlist to Santa? Yonder peasant, who is he? Where and what his dwelling? Sire, he lives a good league hence, Underneath the mountain Right against the...
Places assumed to have weak local economies, hollowed-out by a workforce commuting elsewhere, may instead be thriving
Expensive cities aren’t building enough housing to address their shortages – how the Government resolves this will be decisive for the future of our cities.